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After we finished building our tiny house on wheels, we planned to hit the road to explore the tiny house movement for our documentary and educational project. But what we discovered along the way went beyond a finite project, and became a lasting, meaningful lifestyle filled with new friends, beautiful landscapes and a refreshed appreciation […]Continue reading
For anyone who enjoys winter outdoor sports like ice fishing, cross country skiing, snowshoeing or ice skating, the tiny warming hut is a blessing in cold and snowy weather. Used all over the world, warming huts are small structures that can be both temporary or permanent and usually contain a place to hang up wet […]Continue reading
This week’s Tiny House in a Landscape comes from Beth Morgan. Here is what Beth has to say about her Tiny Home. I wanted to share with you a picture of my little house. The last owner moved it log-by-log from a neighboring county and erected it on 1 acre of woods. We bought it […]Continue reading